The 2014 DLF Forum will be in Atlanta, GA, October 27-29 at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center.
Participation is open to all who are interested in contributing to and playing an active part in the successful future of digital libraries, museum and archives services, and collections. The Forum will feature presentations and panels, workshops, research updates, working sessions, demos, and more.
Use the hashtag #dlfforum to tweet about the DLF Forum!
Recent Forum News
Lost in the Stacks,“the one and only Research Library Rock’n’Roll show” from WREK at Georgia Tech, will be doing the second of three episodes on the 2014 DLF Forum this Friday at noon EDT. The show will focus on the DLF Forum Cross-Pollinators – colleagues from the library …Read More
Why DLF Provides the Digital Transitions Division of Cultural Heritage with Important Feedback for Future Imaging Product Development
This Forum Sponsor Update was provided by Carol Wilczewski, Cultural Heritage Sales, Digital Transitions. Digital Transitions supports the digitization programs of cultural heritage institutions, libraries and archives. DT has provided preservation grade imaging solutions for over 10 years by understanding the needs and goals of our …Read More
This Forum Sponsor Update was provided by Kelsey Rosell, Director of Sales North America, Symplectic Ltd. Over the past few years, the role of librarians continues to evolve at a research institution. Librarians now find themselves becoming more involved with digital curation, linking data, altmetrics and repository …Read More
If you will be driving to the Forum venue, the Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center, please be advised that there will be road closures from October 22-27 due to the Taste of Atlanta. Spring Street will be closed between 4th and 10th Streets, which …Read More
Lost in the Stacks, “the one and only Research Library Rock’n’Roll show” from WREK at Georgia Tech, will be doing three episodes on the 2014 DLF Forum. The first installment broadcasts on October 17th at noon EDT, when Sarah L. Shreeves and Jennifer Vinopal of …Read More